Singapore uses 141 litres of water per person every day and is the fifth most likely country in the world to face extremely high water stress by 2040 - but tech innovations are helping to...
Thousands have flocked to see the lost temple of Wat Nong Bua Yai in Thailand, after it was exposed following severe drought.
Across rural Bundelkhand, parents are dismissing marriage proposals for their daughters, as water shortages leave local men hard-up and their wives facing a harsh life.
With water crises becoming increasingly commonplace across the globe, climate change is only exacerbating the problem. New data has revealed that 44 countries face high level water stress...
With climate change exacerbating the global drought problem, environmental economists have created a strategy to change incentives for water use, to mitigate the stress of no water for bo...
Flooding is a global problem but a new map of freshwater hydrography could be so precise that scientists can use it to help prevent future floods around the world.
Tackling global warming will require unprecedented technological imagination, diplomatic finesse and political will. These faculties are already being developed in the world of water.
With Vietnam's economic center, Ho Chi Minh City, under threat from the increasing risk of flooding, the rising level of water-related threats could reduce the countries GDP by 6 percent ...
Competition for scarce water in Kenya can often lead to confrontation between neighbours and even entire tribes that leave several dead each year.
Inspired by climate activist Greta Thunberg, 16-year-old Aman Sharma launched a petition after noticing that every year was getting hotter, drier, thirstier and more polluted.
Volunteers are being trained to show rural communities ways to use water more efficiently to grow crops, and how to ease local tensions over the scarce resource
More than a quarter of the global population live far below contemporary standards for safe water and sanitation, according to a joint report by WHO and UNICEF.
The discovery of such large reservoirs of fresh water could be important for places which currently suffer from water shortages.
The recent heatwave which has struck the Southern Indian city of Chennai has led to severe water shortages and left the city's residents with barely enough water to survive.
A new initiative is asking people to remove waste from hard-to-reach places as they explore Europe's canals, rivers and lakes.